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Job Title: Portland, OR Suburban Outpatient Practice
State: Oregon
Region: United States
Position Description:

Outpatient only and FP/OB position available in Portland, OR

Job Description

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a beautiful new practice in Portland, OR.  The group is looking to add an outpatient family medicine physician to their new clinic in Southeastern Portland. This is a very well run and organized health center located in a beautiful community in Southeastern Oregon and they are looking to add a top notch physician to their staff.  The population consists of many different cultures and welcomes most everyone with open arms.  The community boasts excellent schools of all levels.  All within easy access to a beautiful lakes, rivers, and sounds packed with boating, fishing, and numerous outdoor activities.  Not to mention the fact that you are actually in Portland and have all the amenities of such a great city at your fingertips.  This opportunity gives you the option of living in downtown Portland or living in the suburbs, whatever works best for you and your family.   The ideal candidate is compassionate and loves helping people.  They will look at both DOs and MDs who are board certified or board eligible. Solid communication skills are a must and Spanish is a plus. 

Location Description

Located in beautiful Southeastern Portland.

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